Live-streaming of the Mass from Our Lady & St Patrick's Church, Teignmouth
During this time when our churches are closed, Father Mark, our parish priest, is celebrating Mass every day at 9.00am and live-streaming it via the parish Facebook page. You might like to pray the Mass at that time together with other parishioners, or tune in later, whenever you are able. It is perfectly possible to watch these without a Facebook account, though you may be prompted to set one up (entirely optional).
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With the relaxing of lockdown it has enabled those Churches which are ready and able to open for private prayer until we are able to worship publicly together. We continue to pray for all those who are struggling with illness and isolation and all those who are working so hard
Pastoral Message to the Diocese: “Let us be like Christ the Servant” Dear friends, You will recall when I wrote before Easter, that I described this period we are living through as “a long Good Friday”. That is still so true, in so many ways. I have also been struck,
CathFamily.org have supplied us with a Family Stations of the Cross designed for use at home, as a way of engaging the family in the Passion of Jesus. The document can be downloaded here and printed off at home.
This short YouTube video suggested for the website by Sarah Barreto, features 14 of the most beautiful Catholic cathedrals and churches in the world. If we can all be as inspired as those who created these most beautiful places of worship. A possible candidate suggest for ‘number 15’ on the
Find out more about how the parish is run, the successes and challenges of the past year and our plans for the future. There’s even a chance to ask our Parish Pastoral Council questions and make your views known. For all this and a chance to socialise with other parishioners
Interested in learning more about the Parish? Would you like to serve on a ministry team or help with a particular area of Parish life? Would you like to find out a bit more about what we do? Could you suggest some other things we could try to do? Whether